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Angry Birds Fly Over to Android

Written on October 18, 2010 by R. Depp

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The addictive game involving flock of birds and evil pigs has now nested on Android devices.

Angry Birds is on the loose on Android devices. This game-loving news will surely make everyone happy.

This game, which features birds retrieving eggs from evil pigs, is reported to surpass selling record of 7 million copies in the Apple app store.

Its release has already caused its developer’s site, Rovio, to go down due to the huge traffic made by Android downloads.

On the other hand, GetJar, which offers free download of the game, posted this error message on its website,  “Dear visitors, GetJar website is experiencing temporary technical problems due to a totally undexpected high demand for the new free game Angry Birds.”

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